Night lectures at University of Sydney

April 2, 2009

Stimulating debate amongst professionals, the University and wider communities.

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The University of Sydney is running a series of lectures on campus through March to early June to investigate wide-ranging interdisciplinary ideas about the culture of architecture, planning and design. The series seeks to stimulate debate amongst professionals, the University and wider communities.
6.30-8.00, Lecture Theatre One
Faculty of Architecture Design and Planning, Faculty of Architecture, Design and Planning, University of Sydney.
148 City Rd.
*Free of Charge*

*April 2*
Adrian Carter, Aalborg University, Denmark
The Architecture of Jorn Utzon: Sources, Influences and Vision
Introduction: Richard LePlastrier, Architect
*April 9*
Gevork Hartoonian, University of Canberra
Theatrical tectonics: the mediating agency for a contesting practice
Introduction: Duanfang Lu, FADP
*April 23*
Michael Tawa, University of Newcastle, UK
Agencies of the Frame: Mobilising Assemblage in Cinema and Architecture
Introduction: Chris Smith, FADP
*April 30*
Peter Poulet, Assistant Government Architect & artist
Making meaning: expression of self
Introduction: Deborah Dearing, RAIA
*May 7*
Caroline Pidcock, Architect & Al Gore Ambassador
Green in (Global) Crisis: Where to for Architecture?
Introduction: Glen Hill, FADP
*May 14*
Greg Castillo, FADP
Domesticating the Cold War: The American Home as a Cultural Weapon
Rowena Braddock, Gender Studies & US Studies Centre
*May 21*
Paul Pholeros, HealthHabitat, Adjunct Professor FADP
New ideas or a case for recycling? Current national trends in Indigenous housing and positive roles for local communities and architects.
Introduction: Paul Torzillio, MD
Co-hosted with the Architecture Alumni Society
*June 4*
David Leifer, FADP
The Life and Death of World Trade Centre One
Introduction: Brae Antcliffe LLB

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